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This section of the website is designed to empower you with materials and tools to learn more about hunger and all of the interconnected issues which play a critical role in our ending world hunger once and for all. Please see the issues pages for more facts on each topic as well as information about what The Hunger Project does. Below are downloads for everything from one-page information sheets to videos and printable infographics.
The Hunger Project’s 2016 Annual Report highlights our work to empower self-reliance in nearly 16,000 communities as well as our global advocacy efforts to end hunger and poverty.Read More
The Hunger Project’s Epicenter Strategy mobilizes clusters of rural villages into “epicenters,” which band together 5,000-15,000 people to carry out community-led holistic strategies to meet basic needs.Read More
The Hunger Project-India’s 2017 Annual Report is now available. Read the full report and learn more about what The Hunger Project-India has achieved in the past years.
2015 was a pivotal year. It marked the launch of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) — an “Agenda to Transform Our World.” This report highlights our work to end hunger in nearly 20,000 communities throughout Africa, South Asia and Latin America, as well as our global advocacy efforts to end hunger and poverty worldwide.
The Hunger Project’s holistic, gender-focused strategy takes rural villagers on a path to sustainable self-reliance. Find out more about the…
The Hunger Project-India’s 2015 Annual Report available. Read the full report to learn more about what The Hunger Project-India has achieved…
The Hunger Project-India’s full 2014 Annual Report is now available. Read for exciting updates, stories and images from The Hunger Project’s programs in India.
Indigenous women in Peru share their unique knowledge in practicing traditional medicine in this booklet produced by Chirapaq.
The Hunger Project and Concern Worldwide produced this overview on malnutrition, sustainable development and the need for increased financing.
The Hunger Project’s Epicenter Strategy in Africa (Brochure)
A collection of Elected Women Representatives in India, with the aim of demonstrating their efforts to meet the development needs…
This report highlights our work to end hunger in 14,000 communities throughout Africa, South Asia and Latin America as well as our global advocacy efforts in 22 countries. We sustained and grew our vibrant movement of people who know the end of chronic hunger and abject poverty is possible — and that each of us can do something to make it happen.
The Hunger Project-India’s full 2012-2013 Annual Report features exciting updates, stories and images from The Hunger Project’s programs in India.
In Bangladesh in 2013, The Hunger Project worked with members of 112 active “MDG Unions,” encompassing 3.2 million people, to transform their communities into places where citizens, government officials and non-profit and community-based organizations partner to make breakthroughs to reach the MDGs.